An energy revolution is needed in China because it holds too many undesirable titles in a world committed to breaking its fossil fuel diet.
Tag: "carbon emissions"
Greenpeace report says Australia’s “race to the bottom” strategy to grow coal exports by more than 60% will erase the benefit of its Paris climate target nearly seven times over.
In South Australia the industrial transformation and energy transition are at the pointy end. Change can be hard.
Australia’s climate change policy is a shambles. It is the only country ever to have repealed a carbon tax, the issue was key to the felling of two Prime Ministers, and the renewables industry is the subject of a sustained vendetta. That is why the Grattan Institute’s new proposal is potentially such a game-changer.
The third ERF auction, with $1.33B of the government’s $2.55B funding tranche available, could produce some interesting bidding strategies.
Last year saw the biggest jump in global CO2 levels ever, yet in 2015 energy-related CO2 emissions were flat. So what’s going on?
SA govt Entrepreneurs Prize offers $250k in seed funding for best energy, transport, waste, infrastructure ideas to make Adelaide world’s first carbon neutral city.
New government report illustrates how little Coalition’s Direct Action will cut emissions, and importance of incentives for electric vehicles and energy efficiency.